Japan

Chip Taylor Communications
Show More

If you are a student or a professor:

Watch now

If you are a librarian or a professor:

Comments (1)

Anonymous picture
Anonymous

Is this created by a Tour company? It is not about "Japan' but what aspects of the country may entertain foreign visitors for their supposed "uniqueness." Cherry blossoms, Fuji-san, sushi, geishas, samurai, my goodness. The voice person should learn to read Japanese words correctly. Edo is ...Read more

Related videos

Germany
Guten Tag! Hello and welcome to Globetrotting, where we sample sauerkraut and visit Sleeping Beauty's castle - where else but Germany? In this episode we check out the country's quirky Valentine's Day celebrations; also some of their famous festivals, including the world renown Oktoberfest; and find out why the Rhine…
Globetrotting Series
This non-stop series is designed to appeal to the adventurer in all of us, taking you Globetrotting to some of the most memorable places on earth, showing you where to go and what to see, as well as providing useful information on local history and culture, must-see attractions and destinations,…
Australia
G'day mates! On this Globetrotting episode we look at some incredible art by various Indigenous Australian artists, introduce you to some cute and cuddly wildlife that Australia is famous for, and traverse miles of incredibly beautiful coastline. Also, we discover the ultimate way across the desert - on a camel;…
Greece
Greece is a country steeped in history and is known as the birthplace of Western Civilization. In this episode, Globetrotters discover things you don't always associate with Greece; such as rally-racing, rocket wars and rituals in Greece. Once a year, in the small fishing village of Galaxidi, people take to…
Italy
Buongiorno! And welcome to Globetrotting, where in this episode we take you to one of the most unforgettable countries in Europe, Italy. We visit the ruins of the ancient city Pompeii, pay tribute to the opera singer Luciano Pavarotti, and experience two of Italy's most beautiful cities, Florence and Venice.…
India
Join us Globetrotters in this episode for a journey across exotic India, one of the oldest countries in the world and the second-most populated with over 1.2 billion people. Here you will see festivals of color and spirituality, visit bustling marketplaces, experience Bollywood cinema, and discover why Indians are mad…
China
The People's Republic of China is the world's most populous country and certainly on the checklist of any serious-minded Globetrotter. In this episode we take a tour of the cosmopolitan cities of Shanghai, China's largest city, and Beijing, where we discover quirky Chinese delicacies; check out martial arts' theatre, which…
Denali to Gates of the Arctic
The story of the tectonic train wreck that built Alaska is written all over the three largest national parks in the U.S.: Wrangell-St. Elias, Gates of the Arctic, and Denali. These remote preserves encompass America's tallest mountains, all built by subduction zone processes.
Alaska’s Glacier Bay and Kenai Fjords
Continue your tour of the largest state with stops at two spectacular parks that are popular destinations for cruise ships: Glacier Bay and Kenai Fjords. Discover how glaciers form and examine their historical advance and retreat in this region. Also, learn how a glacier is like a candy bar!
Physical Geography II: Collecting Rocks & Minerals
Discover The Wonders of Our Earth and the forces and life forms that shape our world with the Physical Geography Series. The Earth is made of rock from the tallest mountains to the floor of the ocean. Rocks are all around most of us. Thousands of different types of rocks…
Mount Fuji—Sleeping Power
Turn from eruptions to volcanoes themselves--in particular, Mount Fuji in Japan, a sacred site whose nearly perfect cone shape is a popular subject in Japanese art. Investigate the origin of volcanoes such as Mount Fuji and the special conditions that produce their sturdy symmetrical cones.
Bread
BBC
Gregg Wallace discovers how one of Britain's largest bakeries makes up to one and a half million loaves of bread each week. Following the production of one of the nation's favourite loaves, he uncovers the secrets to baking four thousand loaves at once and reveals the incredible machine that can…